Need a Bartlett, IL Concrete Contractor?
Bartlett homeowners can count on Catalano Concrete for quality concrete work backed by award winning service. Residents in such neighborhoods as: Woodland Hills, Apple Orchard, Westridge and County Place, just to name a few, are in need of concrete replacement and raising services and we are here to happily service the Bartlett community. Check out projects we completed in your neighbor on the map below!
The Preferred Alternative to Mudjacking
Our technology for lifting and stabilizing settled concrete is the best method available. Traditionally, mudjacking has been the only way to raise sunken concrete. While this method does work, it does have many drawbacks to can lead to future settling to occur. Catalano Concrete raises concrete utilizes polyurethane to raise sunken concrete, known as PolyJacking. This process has been used for many years in DOT applications. Today, quality contractors (such as us ours) use it for residential and commercial applications because of its lightweight, strength, and durability. It has become the preferred method when correcting sunk concrete. If your Bartlett home or business has sunken concrete in need of raising and leveling, give us a call for a free estimate on a permanent solution.
Bartlett Concrete Driveway Permit Information
Replacing a driveway in Bartlett requires obtaining a building permit. You will need to bring to the village a signed proposal for the work and a copy of your plat of survey in which you will outline the area in which is being replaced.
Here are some concrete codes in Bartlett to be aware of:
- All driveways and apron to be at least 5” in thickness and 4” for service walks
- Driveway base must be at least 6” of stone
- Concrete to be at least a 3,000psi mix and be reinforced with wire mesh
Learn More About Concrete
As a homeowner, property owner, or business owner, it’s essential to know that quality concrete work does more than just look nice, it can have a lasting impact on the value and safety of your property.
Learn all about concrete in our Concrete 101 online resource center, covering everything from concrete basics to permits, and contractors to typical project timelines.